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bio website kitmonisit.com
location Philippines
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My name is Kristofer Monisit and I ask a lot of questions, work for the answers, which bring about more questions.

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3D Graphics Techniques and Software

I am an electrical engineer by profession and I want to become a scientist. I'm learning TeX/LaTeX so that I'll have one less thing to worry about when I write. I'm well-versed in MATLAB, and getting to that level with Python. I dabble in robotics, instrumentation, distributed computing, computer graphics.

Ultimately, I want to move into nanotechnology, photovoltaics, renewable energy. Then a tech startup...

See my undergraduate thesis here:
Controlling the Microbot TeachMover using MATLAB GUI
Part 1
Part 2


Nov
17
comment How can I open a single app by an unidentified developer without allowing all
@FLY, open Help Center, search for "open an app from an unidentified developer". This method is listed there.
Jan
14
comment How do I disable autorun when I plug in a USB?
@MatthieuRiegler, do you mean it's running in the background even before I plug in the USB? (it probably installed some app the first time I used it)
Aug
15
comment Connect my Windows XP to Mac OS X Internet Sharing
@JRobert, Mac OS X sharing supports only WEP (40-bit and 128-bit). I have also successfully connected a smartphone. I think Windows and Mac haven't come to terms with how to treat WEP passwords (hex, plaintext, or otherwise)
Aug
14
comment Connect my Windows XP to Mac OS X Internet Sharing
@JRobert, yes, I got it working without encryption before I posted this question :)
Aug
14
comment Connect my Windows XP to Mac OS X Internet Sharing
How did you input the password on your MBP? 1234567890, $1234567890, or 0x1234567890?
Aug
14
comment Connect my Windows XP to Mac OS X Internet Sharing
Yes, I also tried 128-bit WEP. Still to no avail :(
Jul
19
comment Is there a real alternative on the Mac to Ctrl+Alt+Delete (not the “force quit” dialog)?
@Stephen, this is more appropriate as a comment on the question.